1960s British Invasion meets one of the greatest novels ever written! The author of the wildly successful adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days, along with Paul Mirkovich, the musical director of The Voice, has written a new musical adaptation of the classic novel Tom Jones. In this thrilling adventure of the heart, Tom Jones, a charming young man of questionable birth and the ward of Squire Allworthy, is madly in love with Sophie Western and she with him. But when Sophie's father arranges for her to marry Squire Allworthy's loathsome and devious nephew, Blifil, she swears her undying love to Tom and flees for her life. Tom goes in search of Sophie, but hot on his heels are Sophie's father, Sophie's aunt, Squire Allworthy and Blifil, who are all in search of Sophie as well. Set against this madcap story is music inspired by that frenzied mop-top-led era of music of the 1960s known as the British Invasion. Think The Beatles, Herman's Hermits, the Dave Clark Five, the Hollies, the Animals, Petula Clark, Dusty Springfield and of courseTom Jones. It was a time of catchy, top-of-the-pop-chart songs that had everyone from London to New York City hitting the dance floor to do the Jerk, the Pony, the Shimmy and the Mashed Potato. Aristocrats, wenches and scalawags abound in this bawdy and rollicking romp through the back roads and bedchambers of England.